Polyester (PET) monofilament: polyester fiber yarn
Polyester monofilament iron pipe
High strength, good elasticity, good wear resistance, good light resistance, poor hygroscopicity and poor dyeability. The raw material of polyester monofilament must be dried for 4 hours during processing. When cooling, the water temperature of the cooling pool is 60 to 70 degrees Celsius. Polyester is harder than nylon, but not as tough as nylon. Polyethylene and polypropylene can be rolled in paper tubes.
Polyester monofilament paper tube
There are many types of polyester monofilaments, including flame-retardant monofilaments, triangular shaped monofilaments, flat monofilaments, high shrinkage monofilaments, hollow monofilaments, cationic monofilaments, fully matted monofilaments, UV-resistant monofilaments, PET monofilaments, etc.
Polyester monofilament can be divided into two categories according to its use: industrial use and civil use. In industry, it is mainly used for the skeleton of industrial conveyor belts, woven filters, Meiji mesh, external casings for glue lines, etc. In civilian use, it is mainly used for matching bags, ribbons, zippers, straw hats, curtains, wedding dresses, clothing, etc.
According to specifications, polyester monofilament can be divided into products of different specifications such as 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 60D…2500D. 30D polyester monofilament is a new high value-added special fiber product with high environmental performance and is ideal for the production of footwear. The basic raw materials for , bags and stage costumes have a very broad market prospect.
Combustion characteristics: close to flame softening, melting and curling. Melts in the flame, burns slowly, has a yellow flame, the edge of the flame is blue, and the top of the flame emits black smoke. Leave the flame: continue to burn and sometimes stop burning and self-extinguishing. Burning odor: Slightly aromatic or sweet. Residual characteristics: hard and black bead-shaped, not easy to crush with fingers!
Polyester monofilament specifications